To get games into the Appstore, Amazon has only a few, reasonable-seeming requirements, but these games either have not been submitted, are still in the approval process, or have been rejected. This matters little to someone who just wants to play the games on a new tablet.
You can only get apps & games from Kindle App store as Android Market place is not allowed on Kindle Fire. Amazon says it will review every app in its Appstore for Fire compatibility, as part of an automated process. In terms of actual content, Amazon has outlawed all apps that change the tablet’s UI in any way (including theme- or wallpaper-based tools), as well as any that demand root access.
Most Kindle Fire owners will get their games from Amazon.com’s curated Appstore for Android. From here you’ll have access to games like Angry Birds (and its expansions), Cut the Rope, Where’s My Water?, and so on. You know, all those ridiculously cute, 2D games that barely tax even the most pathetic of smartphones.
While there is a lot of gaming fun to be had on the Kindle Fire, there are also many ways the experience can improve. Before we get into how gaming on the next Amazon tablet could be more enjoyable, though, there’s one big improvement Amazon can make now to help matters: more apps in the Appstore.
Sometimes you just download some (flash) game from social websites like Facebook, Myspace, YouTube etc. And want to convert it to be played as a game on an Kindle fire, then maybe you need to free download Kindle Fire Converter Mac to import various videos to Kindle fire to play games on Kindle Fire.